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without compunction or human feeling

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having cold blood (in animals whose body temperature is not internally regulated)

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Zia Awan said there are a lot of cases in which innocent women and girls like Mehnaz and Sajida are murdered cold-bloodedly and the killers go scot-free as the protection of women and girls is not on the priority of either government or society.
The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran (ICHRI) said Friday it had documented 138 cases in which Iranian border guards had cold-bloodedly shot impoverished Kurdish smugglers who move goods back and forth across the Iran-Iraq border.
If I hoped that the person who cold-bloodedly shot the children in France was apprehended then that would not be a selfish act or thought.
The very next day, the New York Times chose to run an editorial praising the state of Pennsylvania for taking another black police killer (Mumia Abu-Jamal), who had even more cold-bloodedly killed a police officer lying injured on the ground, off death row.
We must agree that Africa has lost a leader that kept her glued together and we should hang our heads in shame that we even voted for a No Fly Zone over Libya, which was abused to bring Gathafi down and mercilessly and cold-bloodedly kill him.
He committed no criminal activity, but the troops murdered him cold-bloodedly," he mourned.
Landis has turned Williams Burke (Simon Pegg) and Hare (Andy Serkis) into decent, if misguided, folk heroes who were just supplying a demand, rather than evil men who cold-bloodedly killed 16 people.
As if Luther didn't have enough to worry about somebody is cold-bloodedly killing police officers, and as the police close ranks the detective puts himself in the firing line in a desperate attempt to draw out the killer.
Mrs Tsipi Livni was Israel's Foreign Minister during the planning and execution of Operation Cast Lead, when IOF [Israel Occupation Forces] cold-bloodedly killed more than 1,400 Palestinians and injured 5,000 more as they wreaked carnage and destruction upon the 1.
When the impact of the surprise announcement of Saudi King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz about his initiative for an inter-Arab reconciliation faded, questions were cold-bloodedly raised about the concerned parties' responsiveness to such a move.
The Drive-By Truckers are cold-bloodedly compassionate.
He selected his victim for next to no reason and cold-bloodedly assassinated David Birkett.
I should have played more cold-bloodedly on the big points.
What none of the townsfolk--including Emma--know is that Earl has been murdering people for years--expertly, strategically, cold-bloodedly.
Espino purchased a pistol to protect himself at work after two clerks in a store down the road were cold-bloodedly murdered during a robbery the previous month.